New documentary about Orr basketball is truly a moving picture

– Chance the Rapper was there, so that made it ultra-cool. But the debut showing of the documentary ‘‘Shot in the Dark’’ at the Studio Movie Grill in Chatham on Monday night needed no one, no celebrity, no executive producer (as Chance is, along with Dwyane Wade), no crowd, no nothing to display itself as one of the most moving, exciting, emotionally riveting films about sports and inner-city life that has been made in, well, in the 23 years since Steve James’ iconic ‘‘Hoop Dreams’’ blew us out of the water.

Review: In ‘Shot in the Dark,’ Two Things Are Unforgiving: Life and Basketball

– NYT Critic’s Pick – Dashed hopes, breathless victories and painful regrets make up “Shot in the Dark,” a documentary that has the rhythm of some spare yet deeply felt street poetry.

New FOX Sports Documentary Series “MAGNIFY” Brings the Lives of Athletes and Communities into Focus

EXCLUSIVE: Series Kicks Off with “89 Blocks”, Executive Produced by LeBron James, Maverick Carter and SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, Followed by “Shot in the Dark”, Executive Produced by Dwyane Wade and Chance the Rapper.